Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s

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Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Classical silver plated serving dish with wood lined handles and two liners; antique English Regency early 1800s.

Condition: some surface wear

Size: Wide: 29 cm Height: 9 cm Diameter: 23 cm

Style notes — Georgian period mainly refers to the second half of the 18th century and up to the 1820s. The style was predominantly neo-classical, that looked back at the ancient Greece and Rome and used those elements in design and decoration. Most Georgian items have straight and very clean lines and elegant repetitive floral patterns.

Facts of Lavish Did you know? Silver and silver plated tea and coffee pots get very hot when full, that's why most of them have wooden or plastic handles or small bone rings for heat insulation.

Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s
Silver Plated Composite Serving Dish, English Early 1800s